The Medical Mission
History
The Medical Mission Hall of Fame Foundation is an independent corporate entity organized under Chapter 1702 of the Ohio Revised Code as a non-profit corporation. As a 501 c (3) entity, the Medical Mission Hall of Fame Foundation was organized to recognize individuals and/or organizations that have significantly and substantially worked to improve the health and well being of individuals and groups by providing medical care, public health education, medical equipment, supplies, technology, public and social welfare services The Medical Mission Hall of Fame Foundation which was chartered in 2003 is funded through private contributions, grants, endowments and legacies of individuals and organizations.

The purpose of the Medical Mission Hall of Fame is to recognize those individuals, groups, associations, corporations or other entities that has demonstrated through an active commitment to significantly improving the quality of life of individuals either domestically or internationally through humanitarian service or financial support in medical mission activities or public health and social welfare programs over an extended time period.

Mission Statement
The mission of the Medical Mission Hall of Fame Foundation is to honor through annual public award ceremonies those individuals and/or organizations that have made significant and substantial contributions to advancing the medical well being of their brothers and sisters throughout the world.